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A welcoming pub that really is at the heart of the community. There's lots going on, and locals and holiday-makers get along just fine. Respect to the landlord here for creating the energy.
A 16th century dog friendly freehouse with a roaring log fire in winter, and a relaxed 'smart rustic' atmosphere.
Dogs and families are welcome on the ground floor and the garden at this relaxed and friendly bar in the centre of the pretty Georgian town.
A pub being brought back to life by new owners. Dog-friendly in the bar and some good fresh and tasty food going on.
Dog-friendly holiday accommodation in a barn conversion by a dog-friendly pub. It's a little bit away from the coaches and business end of the village, and very calm and peaceful.
Marvellous dog-friendly pub and well worth making a detour for. Jem loves it here because they have carpet, and he can get really comfortable for a snooze.
Welcoming Kentish dog-friendly country pub that's close to the M25 and the M20. They boast a large garden with traditional games, and also a resident ghost.
Well-hidden rural pub that made Jem happy from the start with a barrell of dog water at the entrance.
Historic inn on the very edge of Exmoor, and dogs and kids are made welcome. Many walk routes such as the Tarka Trail come fairly close to the pub and it's well placed for a lunchtime stop.
Dog-friendly pub near Barnstaple with a proud tradition of serving "man food" and according to their website "We make no apologies for serving foam on our beer & gravy on our roasts.
Pet friendly pub. A few minutes walk from Charlestown Harbour. Two miles from Saint Austell Centre.
Warm and friendly dog-friendly inn with B&B rooms close to Glastonbury. There are local footpaths, but none close to the pub and we didn't warm to walking along the main road.